Monday, December 8, 2008

The Bakery at Sullivan University Makes it Easy to Enjoy the Gingerbread House Tradition

Decorating a gingerbread house is a holiday tradition that calls to mind the old-fashioned values of Christmases past, and the Bakery at Sullivan University is making it easy to share in the family friendly fun. Pre-baked gingerbread houses ready for decoration will be available for $22.50 at the Bakery at 3100 Bardstown Road through Dec. 23. The houses come with instructions for making the decorative icing, and sample houses will be on display to inspire ideas. For those wishing to purchase a fully-decorated house, masterpieces by the Sullivan University chefs will be available for $35.

“My young nieces and nephews are always captivated by the fun of getting creative with candies and icing,” said general manager Rob Henry. “I thought other families would enjoy the tradition as well, and by picking up a house at the Bakery, they can skip the baking time and get right to the fun part!”

The Bakery at Sullivan University is open Monday-Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. In addition to being a world-class facility for baking and pastry arts education, The Bakery offers a menu of artisan breads, sandwiches, pastries and candies. Wedding cakes and bridal services are a specialty. For more information, please call 502-452-1210.

The National Center for Hospitality Studies at Sullivan University prepares students for careers in the hospitality field by offering five Associate of Science (A.S.) degrees majors and a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. Students can earn an Associate of Science degree in Culinary Arts; Baking & Pastry Arts; Professional Catering; Hotel & Restaurant Management; and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration concentration in Hospitality Management. The University also offers Professional Cook, Professional Baker and Travel & Tourism diplomas. All programs of study are taught by highly qualified faculty using the latest contemporary facilities. For more information, visit

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